Michael Swanwick:
Science Fiction Technology and Ideas
Michael Swanwick (b. 1950) is an American science fiction author. He won the 1991 Nebula for Best Novel for Stations of the Tide and four Hugo award-winning short stories. His work has been translated into at least ten different languages.
Invention/Technology Source Work (Publication Date)

An autonomous taxi.

Vacuum Flowers (1987)

Robofish (Mitsubishi Robot Turbot) - robot fish
A powerful, meter-long robotic fish used to take samples from liquid lakes on other worlds (like Titan).

Slow Life (2002)

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